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Luísa Maita — Fio da Memória (September 23, 2016)

Luísa Maita — Fio da Memória (September 23, 2016)

     Luísa Maita — Fio da Memória (September 23, 2016) Luísa Maita — Fio da Memória (September 23, 2016)♠»   2011 — Best New Artist at the Brazilian Music Awards (the Brazilian equivalent of the Grammy).Birth name: Luísa Taubkin Maita
Born: April 27, 1982, São Paulo, SP, Brazil
Location: São Paulo, SP, Brazil
Album release: September 23, 2016
Record Label: Cumbancha 
Duration:
Tracks:
01. Asa
02. Around You
03. Olé
04. Porão
05. Fio da Memória      3:12
06. Musica Popular
07. Ela
08. Volta
09. Sutil
10. Folia
11. Jump
♠»   It’s a funny thing about live music. Where’s the added value over a recording? Sometimes it’s being in the physical presence of a hero.
♠»   Original Brazilian music by internationally renowned and award–winning singer/songwriter Luísa Maita.                                    © Luísa Maita (photo credit: Jonathan Flanders)
♠»   Sultry, seductive, and infused with that inimitable samba swing, the music of Luísa Maita embodies the modern spirit of Brazil. Inspired by the bustling urban life found in her native city of Sao Paulo, her first album, Lero–Lero, has a contemporary vibe with influences from alternative pop and downtempo electronic music melded with an acoustic foundation deeply rooted in samba, bossa nova and MPB. Fans of Babel Gilberto, Céu and Seu Jorge will find much to love in Luísa Maita’s tropical, forward–looking sound, and her sensual, yet soulful voice begs comparisons with everyone from Billie Holliday and Sade to Feist, St. Vincent and Cat Power. Hailing from a country overflowing with musical talent, Luísa Maita rises above the fray as one of the most promising young singers of her generation.
♠»   Inspired by samba, bossa nova and other classic Brazilian styles, Luísa is also heavily influenced by the cool jazz of Billie Holiday and Chet Baker, as well as pop, funk, and downtempo electronic music. Her first album as a solo artist, Lero–Lero, offers songs that encourage her fellow Brazilians to recognize the beauty and deeper meaning of their lives. “Its inspiration comes from the urban life of Sao Paulo, its ghettos and its people,” notes Louisa. “The lyrics and the aura of the album focus on the peculiarities of Brazilian daily life, culture, and human condition.”♠»   In 2006, the Brazilian singer Virgínia Rosa recorded two songs by Luisa in her album “Samba a Dois”. The songs stand out in the CD and encouraged Luisa to compose more. In 2009, Mariana Aydar released her second album with a composition of Luisa and Rodrigo Campos, “Beleza”, one of the best songs of th year by Rolling Stone Brazil magazine. Luisa also appears in four songs of Rodrigo Campos debut album “São Materus Não É Um Lugar Assim Tão Longe” and as the singer of the promotional videos for Rio 2016 Olympic games directed by Fernando Meirelles. Because of these works, Luisa had some great reviews in the Brazilian press without having yet released any solo album.
♠»   After the release in US, NPR’s All Things Considered said that Luísa is “The New Voice of Brazil” and “if Maita keeps making records this good, she could well be on her way to international stardom”.
♠»   On November 2010, Luísa made her first North America tour, receiving great reviews from The New York Times, The Washington Post and Boston Globe. During the tour, she also appear on NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert and KCWR’s Morning Becomes Eclectic show.
♠»   In Brazil, the album figured in the list of best albums of 2010 — including the magazines Veja and Rolling Stone Brasil.
♠»   In July 2011, Luísa received the award for Best New Artist in the twenty–second edition of the renowned Brazilian Music Award and went to her first European tour playing in important festivals like Nuits du Sud in France and Musicas do Mundo in Portugal.
♠»   In August 2011, the singer returned to North America, performing 30 shows in 26 cities over 45 days and, once again, sell out festivals and concert halls, get enthusiastic review from LA Times.
♠»   “Far more than just the latest alluring young singer from Brazil, Maita distills the ceaseless urban clamor with street–smart lyrics, knowing grooves, and a keen ear for Sao Paulo’s heterogeneous population… Maita makes a striking first impression. Confident, crystal clear, and startlingly sensuous even by the seductive standard set by preceding Brazilian stars, her voice conveys the mercurial emotions of youth as she sings about love, the search for identity, and the intoxicating pleasures of hanging out with friends.” — Andrew Gilbert, The Boston Globe
MySpace: https://myspace.com/luisamaita
Twitter: https://twitter.com/luisamaita
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/luisamaitamusic/
Website: http://www.luisamaita.com.br/♠»___________________________________________________________

Luísa Maita — Fio da Memória (September 23, 2016)

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